French New-York Connection: Sous-Vide Egg Bites With Cheesecake Cup

Next week (the week of August 29th), master keto Chef Janine of COMFORT KETO is bringing to you the richness of the French culinary arts. You will experience richness of the culinary heritage of France with our Sous-Vide Egg Bites and a mega size keto Cheese Cake Filled Cookie Cup (much better than the ones sold at Cheesecake Factory; we guarantee you!).

In 2017, Starbucks introduced Sous-Vide Egg Bites to the menu in response to customers’ requests for non-bready breakfast options. Sous-vide cooking (pronounced “sue-veed”) is done using a water bath which is held at precisely controlled temperatures to cook food evenly and retain flavor. The finishing texture depends on the temperature, from a smooth, soft-boiled consistency to a thickened, more gelatinous result.

COMFORT KETO's sous-vide egg bites are much better than the industrially produced ones sold at Starbucks, without the noticible “extended-shelf-life” flavor, and double the size; Chef Janine guarantees you that!

COMFORT KETO's gluten free, nourishing, high in protein egg bites are minimally processed using sous-vide method. They are individually prepared (unlike industrially mass produced ones sold at Starbucks) using high-quality organic/natural whole-food ingredients such as cage-free eggs, ripe organic veggies, cream cheese, Jack Cheese and ham. They are fresh, and fulfilling. Velvety light, fluffy and custard-like creamy, every single one is mouthwateringly scrumptious. Technically pasteurized, they keep for over a week in the refrigerator; though we doubt they’ll last that long without being eaten!

Cheesecake is one of the most recognizable and popular desserts. You may assume its origins trace back to France or possibly Italy, as the fluffy cream cheesecake has become a staple of traditional bakeries. But the original cheesecake has been created on the Greek island of Samos, where archaeologists unearthed 2,000 B.C. cheese molds for the dessert. Cheesecake was prepared by forming flour, wheat, honey, and cheese together and baking. During the first Olympic games in 776 B.C., athletes were served cheesecake as a viable source of fuel. Cheesecake was also commonly used as a wedding cake. The earliest official cheesecake recipe is credited to Athenaeus in 230 A.D.

The dish left Greece for the first time with the ancient Romans who altered its traditional recipe, substituting crushed cheese and eggs and choosing to serve it warm. Romans called this modified version of cheesecake “libuma” and reserved it as a delicacy for celebrations.

This recipe became popular across Northern and Eastern Europe, with different regions coming up with their own spin on the cake with locally sourced ingredients. Cheesecake became disseminated so widely that each country in Europe eventually had its own variation.

The first cookbook which included cheesecake as a sweet dessert dish was published in 1545. Roughly three centuries later, cream cheese was invented in New York and became the most common cheese used in cheesecakes, giving rise to the “New York Cheesecake.”

The recipe we use is based on the original New York Cheesecake recipe.

Comfort Keto 10-meal gourmet "Menu 14" for Summer 2022 is NOW available to order by Saturday noon, August 27th.

Bon Appétit!

Chef Janine

Please follow the link below to check the menu details and place your online order for next Tuesday delivery (August 30th) of HAPPINESS to your doorstep:

DELIVERY for next week's menu is scheduled for Tuesday (August 30th). The map thumbnail shows our Tuesday delivery route in Riverside County. Please click the image to see the larger map.

We deliver to customers who are located in:

## Hemet, San Jacinto, Valle Vista,

## Mountain Center, Idyllwild, Pine Cove,

## Banning, Beaumont, Cherry Valley,

## Redlands, Colton, Loma Linda, Riverside,

## Moreno Valley, Perris, Lake Elsinore,

## Canyon Lake, Wildomar, Murrieta,

## Menifee, Temecula, French Valley

## AND other nearby communities.

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